• Barroso and the European Commission's "revolving doors"

    By on July 25, 2016

    The announcement that former European Commission president José Manuel Barroso would be joining American banking firm Goldman Sachs International resounded like a thunderclap across the EU - to the point where members of the European Parliament are demanding sanctions against him. Could it happen?

  • Generation What?: A self portrait of Europe’s youth (1/2)

    By on April 21, 2016

    "You are the most educated generation the world has ever seen. It's absolutely necessary that you emerge with force and dynamism." The minds behind the project Generation What? are helping Europe’s youth to create their own self-portrait. The vast comparative survey not only allows young people to get to know themselves; it ultimately brings them together as an active community.

  • Open and without borders: Europe as a whole

    By on March 14, 2016

    In today’s climate, there's no need to play up the tension surrounding European borders. At a time when Schengen is under constant threat, French photographer Jef Bonifacino has decided to show the Old Continent as a whole, without borders, so that we can all breathe a little more easily.

  • The ongoing struggle for women's rights in Turkey

    By on Jan. 25, 2016

    Having secured the majority in the Turkish elections, the Justice and Development Party (AKP) is beginning a new – albeit uncertain – chapter focusing on the civil and social rights of Turkish women. Seyma Gelen, feminist and researcher at the Université Libre de Bruxelles, reveals the meaning behind the recent election results, as well as the secret of AKP’s success.